In AP, Vande Bharat stopped in the middle. The Vande Bharat Express, which left Secunderabad for Visakhapatnam, stopped between Pashivedala and Kovvur on Friday night due to a technical fault in the engine. Not understanding what had happened, the passengers were worried. Railway technical staff reached there from Rajamahendravaram and found that the train had stopped due to a problem in the engine. As the staff attended immediately but there was no result, two electric engines used for regular trains were sent from Rajamahendravaram to Kovvuru. Those engines were fitted to the Vande Bharat train and the train was brought to Rajamahendravaram at a speed of 130 km to 180 km per hour with a speed of 20 km. The passengers breathed a sigh of relief as the Vande Bharat train left at 11.23 pm with the help of loco engines and reached Rajamahendravaram at 11.44 am. However, even here, despite the presence of technical staff, Vande Bharat left at 12 pm with the same engines as they were not used. But as the Vande Bharat train was moving slowly, all the trains coming behind also ran late. As Vande Bharat stopped on the main line, three express trains coming behind were stopped at Chagallu and Nidadavolu railway stations. 12 ticket checking staff under the leadership of Chief Ticket Inspector Chandramouli reached near Vande Bharat as per the orders of higher authorities to move the passengers in other trains if Vande Bharat had to stop at Rajamahendravaram. But when Vande Bharat took off, they breathed a sigh of relief. RPF personnel also alerted and went near the trains.